Stewpig Panda, i test you Data Science
#11
4-5-2021 5:48 PM
sgbuffett said:
All of the above.

Tio thumbs up

So surprise Panda talk so much but dont know. Many people thinks NN only for classification.
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#12
4-5-2021 5:49 PM
TalkingStock said:
Tio thumbs up

So surprise Panda talk so much but dont know.

I pay $20+ to attend AI course on Udemy.
I know SVM, hidden markov models, NN, GA, A* search, minimax search, alpha beta pruning, ...
I know enough to recode AlphaZero from scratch.

Also learn the Tensor framework.
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I will do my utmost to keep them alive.
Against tyrants and adversity, I will strive.
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#13
4-5-2021 5:52 PM
sgbuffett said:
I pay $20+ to attend AI course on Udemy.
I know SVM, hidden markov models, NN, GA, A* search, minimax search, alpha beta pruning, ...
I know enough to recode AlphaZero from scratch.

I am sure your $20 + is worth it. Can recommend to Panda to get some real skills.
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#14
4-5-2021 5:24 PM
TalkingStock said:
Question 1. What type of problems can a Neural Network works on?

1. Prediction
2. Regression
3. Clustering

Answer?

aiya ah cock, it's amazing that you asked such a no-brainer question.

more intelligent qquestion shd be like:

1. which types of nn are better for these problems?

2. how do you build them: number of layers and nodes? transfer functions to use? their interconnection?

3. how to optimise? train, test, verify?

4 how to accommodate new incoming data?

these are real hands-on questions. not those you pay $20 can learn.

can aso ask yr ceca instructors for help.
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#15
4-5-2021 5:53 PM
TalkingStock said:
I am sure your $20 + is worth it. Can recommend to Panda to get some real skills.
Actually I could have saved the $20 because I found all these on YouTube.

Recent yrs development is on GAN which I find interesting.

I developed a sparse input NN through optimal feature combining recently for rapid output computation.i think nobody think of it yet.
I, being poor, have only my dreams;
I will do my utmost to keep them alive.
Against tyrants and adversity, I will strive.
Together, a better future, we will realise......
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#16
4-5-2021 5:59 PM
WhatDoYouThink said:
aiya ah cock, it's amazing that you asked such a no-brainer question.

more intelligent qquestion shd be like:

1. which types of nn are better for these problems?

2. how do you build them: number of layers and nodes? transfer functions to used? their interconnection?

3. how to optimise? train, test, verify?

4 how to accommodate new incoming data?

these are real hands-on questions. not those you pay $20 can learn.

can aso ask yr ceca instructors for help.

Aiya, the basic one you cant answer, how to ask you deeper one?
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stinv (stink) because he is too stupid.
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#17
4-5-2021 5:59 PM
sgbuffett said:
Actually I could have saved the $20 because I found all these on YouTube.

Recent yrs development is on GAN which I find interesting.

I developed a sparse input NN through optimal feature combining recently for rapid output computation.i think nobody think of it yet.

Wow, quite impressive that the $20 course can touch on the GAN architecture.
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stinv (stink) because he is too stupid.
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#18
4-5-2021 5:24 PM
TalkingStock said:
Question 1. What type of problems can a Neural Network works on?

1. Prediction
2. Regression
3. Clustering

Answer?

The answer is smelly *meow meow* thumbs up
Resistance is futile Happy
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#19
4-5-2021 6:02 PM
TalkingStock said:
Aiya, the basic one you cant answer, how to ask you deeper one?

aiya, these are real problems not those in text book, $20 online courses or from yr ceca instructors one ok
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#20
4-5-2021 6:03 PM
TalkingStock said:
Wow, quite impressive that the $20 course can touch on the GAN architecture.

No lah this one I learn on YouTube for free from lecture by person who created GAN..

I am using it on financial markets.
I, being poor, have only my dreams;
I will do my utmost to keep them alive.
Against tyrants and adversity, I will strive.
Together, a better future, we will realise......
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